NORTH TONAWANDA – City Clerk-Treasurer Daniel R. Quinn, a Republican, announced Tuesday that he will seek a full term in this fall’s election, promising to continue a renewed emphasis on streamlining delivery of services to city residents as the centerpiece of his bid for office.
Quinn was appointed to his current position by the Common Council in February, when former Clerk-Treasurer Scott P. Kiedrowski resigned to join the staff of State Sen. Robert G. Ortt, the former North Tonawanda mayor.
Quinn said he has been able to upgrade city technology since taking over, including a system that ties vehicle registrations to unpaid parking tickets, giving the city a better chance of collecting those fines. He also launched an office Facebook page.
“We are continuously looking for new and innovative ways to improve customer service at all levels,” said Quinn. “I am constantly evaluating the services we provide and seeking new ways to help citizens interact with the city.”
Quinn oversaw Saturday’s city tax foreclosure auction, which generated $309,575 in winning bids on foreclosed properties.